Bay County Audubon Society   
                P.O. Box 1182
                   Panama City, Florida  32402

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Monday, May 14 - Installation of New Officers and Awards Banquet.

6:30 PM. Science and Discovery Center, 308 Airport Road, Panama City

Please join us for our last meeting of the season. Dinner will be served at 6:30. Following dinner, we will install our new officers, recognize our Conservationist of the Year, and view our chapter's virtual scrapbook.

Dinner includes salad, pasta with a choice of sauces and toppings (vegetarian option available), and dessert. The cost is $12 per person for this catered event.
Upcoming Events
Saturday, May 12 - Gulf County Birding Loop Field Trip

Our trip will include the Gulf County birding loop around the Chipola and Apalachicola rivers. We will meet at the Panama City Mall at 7:00 AM and leave at 7:15. We will be birding fields, woods and wet areas looking for an assortment of birds including Swallow-tailed and Mississippi Kites. Bring plenty of water and snacks, insect repellant, sun screen and wear appropriate clothing and footwear.  For more information about field trips call Ron Houser at 763-7485 (no text messages please) or e-mail at Trips are subject to the weather. There are no rain dates.
Saturday, May 26 - Camp Helen State Park  Monthly Species Count

We will meet at the Camp Helen front gate at 6:00 am sharp. Although we typically finish birding about noon, you can spend as much or as little time as you like. We sometimes divide our group to cover the north side of the park as well as the coastal areas. We appreciate any amount of time given to help document our avian friends! 

Please RSVP [only necessary if you plan to come] to so we have an idea of how many participants to expect. Bring binoculars, scope [if you have one], water and snacks, hat and/or sunscreen. Looking forward to it!

Plants for Birds
Click on the following link to view a recording of our recent symposium “Birds, Bugs, and Berries”